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Adjective: campy (campier,campiest)  kam-pee
Usage: informal
  1. Providing sophisticated amusement by virtue of having artificially (and vulgarly) mannered, banal or sentimental qualities
    "campy Hollywood musicals of the 1940's";
    - camp [informal]
  2. Having unsuitable feminine qualities
    - effeminate, emasculate, epicene, cissy [Brit, informal], sissified [informal], sissyish [informal], sissy [informal], camp [informal]

Derived forms: campiest, campier

See also: poncey [Brit, informal], poncy [Brit, informal], tasteless, unmanful, unmanlike, unmanly

Encyclopedia: Campy